VCM surplus is an “illusion” amid robust fundamental demand, say investors

Published 19:15 on July 12, 2022  /  Last updated at 19:15 on July 12, 2022  /  International, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Carbon credits have weathered the turmoil in financial markets since Russia invaded Ukraine better than leading asset classes, and the market remains underpinned by robust fundamental demand despite its voluntary nature and a growing surplus of offsets, a webinar heard Tuesday.

Carbon credits have weathered the turmoil in financial markets since Russia invaded Ukraine better than leading asset classes, and the market remains underpinned by robust fundamental demand despite its voluntary nature and a growing surplus of offsets, a webinar heard Tuesday.

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